|Kwikchat - Asaguare|
Dancefloor beats with Japanese voices. You know I love to play with vocals, and this one embeds a postprocessed, fairly experimental speech track. Some might get nervous about this constant background bushwah, but I love it - a funny little murmuring creek.
Keywords: experimental; dancefloor; japanese; vocals
|Tecmalai - Asaguare|
Techno with Malayian ethno touch.
Keywords: techno; dancefloor; electronica; ethno; vocals; malayan
|Tibetan Rhapsody - Asaguare|
Ethno sound collage with tibetan samples, Jazz and Gabba elements.
Keywords: alternative; ethno; vocals; tibetan; jazz; dancefloor
|Lorenita - Asaguare|
Laidback dark textured soundscape, embedding a Portuguese girl's peculiar speech (vocals: Lorenita).
Keywords: ambient; vocals; portuguese; dark; soundscape; chill; dancefloor
|Uskudar - Asaguare|
Slightly modernized version of a traditional Turkish folksong (Üsküdar'a gideriken). Vocals: EVRiM
Keywords: dancefloor; folk; ethno; traditional; vocals; lyrics; song; turkish
|Voyages En Train - Asaguare|
French poetry setting on Tech-House beats. Lyrics: Fabien Marsaud
Keywords: ambient; dancefloor; house; electronica; vocals; spoken; poem; poetry; french; chill
|Que Pena - Asaguare|
Latin Dancefloor (vocals/lyrics: Tamy) Don't know much about the Portuguese language and I'm an even worse dancer, haha, but when I found Tamy's pella, I just had to give it a try. The title means 'what a pity' and although the mix was intended to sound technoish, it came out rather triphop and mainstream... pffft, what a pity, but it's ok - so it has got a nice latin groove for moody moments...
Keywords: dancefloor; latin; disco; brazil; triphop; vocals; lyrics; song